Treat & Maintain

Bulldogs & French Bulldogs

Treat & Prevent

Bulldogs and French Bulldogs are prone to a wide range of painful and debilitating breed-related medical conditions. Most can be prevented and safely treated at your home, at a minimal cost.

Category:   Supplement & Nutrients

Supplements Untold Secrets

Bulldog and French bulldog Supplements Must Know

What is that?

Supplements Bulldogs Must Know Untold Secret is a short list of everything important you should know and must do before buying supplements for your bulldogs and French Bulldogs.


The supplements should be customized for your bulldog and French bulldog. They must be canine bioavailable, contaminants free, safe, and carry manufacturing cGMP and NASC seal & certification.

Grain Free Diets

Grain Free Diet for Bulldogs and French Bulldogs

What is that?

Grain Free Diets are very popular among bulldog owners. Some owners choose to feed their pets a grain-free diet due to an erroneous notion that grains are bad for them and the cause of bulldog food allergy.


Grain should count for less than one-third of your bulldog’s whole diet. Grain-free diets are found to be associated with heart disease. Choose a known manufacturer and ignore buzzwords and hype. The diet might be deficient considering adding bully therapeutic supplements.

Bully Therapeutic Supplements

Bulldog and French Bulldog Therapeutic Supplements

What is that?

Dr. Kraemer offers a wide range of easy-to-implement, safe, therapeutic topicals that were specially customized for your senior bulldog and Fr. bulldog. We offer comprehensive low-cost bulldog and Fr. bulldog bundles.


An early start is advised in order to maximize the benefits of Dr. Kraemer's V4B Bully therapeutics supplements. For optimal outcomes, extend the supplementary treatment for the remaining of your bulldog and Fr. bulldog life.

The Best Bully Diet

Best Diet for Bulldogs and French Bulldogs

What is that?

A balanced diet, proper nutrition, and when needed bulldog therapeutic supplementation are essential to your bully’s health and well-being.


There isn’t one superior best bulldog diet that fits all, your choice might depend on factors such as food sensitivity, activity & lifestyle, medical history, and your bulldog food’s personal taste and preference. For optimization, additional therapeutic supplements are recommended

Raw Diets

What is that?

There are no scientific studies published showing the health benefits of raw food diets over cooked ones. Recent research suggests a link between raw diet pet food and heart disease. Adding therapeutic supplements like bully multivitamins and bully fish oil is recommended.


Raw diets have a higher risk of pathogens contamination, your bulldog food should be pasteurized to help eliminate them, quality control and safety are critical. Symptoms of contaminated food can range from mild digestion upset to serious illness and even tragic death.

Pre & Probiotics

Probiotics for Bulldogs and French Bulldogs GI Disease

What is that?

Prebiotics, probiotics, and digestive enzymes help support, replenish and replace your bulldog's normal gut microbiome (good bacteria). The gut microbiome is vital for bulldogs and Fr. Bulldogs at all ages and for all phases of their life. Prebiotics & Probiotics will help nourish the gut, reduce toxins, and prevent leaky gut and the system diseases associated with it.


Pre/Probiotics and Digestive enzymes are especially important for stress, anxiety, and immune-compromised bulldogs. Probiotics are also essential for bulldogs suffering from chronic disease or/and those treated by their vet with prescription drugs that harm the natural gut bacteria (gut microbiome).

Food Allergy

Bulldog and French bulldog food allergy

What is that?

Bulldog food allergy is usually year-round (versa seasonal). It is generally triggered by dietary proteins such as chicken, beef, etc, and can induce gastric or/and skin allergic reactions.


Symptoms can combine digestive problems such as flatulence, diarrhea, and vomiting with/or skin & ears problems that typically include redness, itching, scratching, and biting.

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